Agricola Punica is located on Sardinia at the southern tip of Italy. It was invested in 2002 by Sassicaia's current winemaker, Sebastian rosaab, together with the marquis of nicolo, the owner of the SAN quita winery, and Sassicaia's original winemaker, Jacob targis, and Sardinia's famous native Santa tadi winery.

The weather conditions at the southwest corner of Sardinia are ideal for carignan grape varieties. With mild winters and hot, dry summers, Italy enters the hottest season of the year when tropical monsoons from Africa blow over Sardinia's shores. The seven hours of sunlight a day gives the grapes their perfect ripeness, allowing the grapes to accumulate enough polyphenols.

Agricola Punica makes three great wines in total, two dry reds: Barrua, Montessu, and Samas dry whites. All three wines are blended. Among them, Barrua's first year on the market, the wine fans are enthusiastic, such an incredible fragrance and complexity! "Barrua could be the next Sassicaia!

Vinification and aging: the wine is aged in new French oak barrels for 18 months and aged in bottles for at least 12 months.

The chateau is located in Sardinia, Italy. The wine varieties are: Carignaon 85% Cabernet Sauvignon 10% Merlot 5%. The most famous winemaker in modern Italy; President of Tuscany winemakers association, Italy)

Marchese Nicolo Incisa Della Rocchetta(current owner of Sassicaia winery)

When GIACOMO TACHIS first visited Sardinia, he was immediately aware of the wine production potential of the land. In the mid-1980s, he began advising local wine associations, especially CANTINA SANTADI, on joint ventures.